Mitsubishi Teases Engelberg SUV Again, Announces Euro-Spec L200 Too For Geneva

Mitsubishi will display a host of new cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Among them, visitors will see the Engelberg Tourer Concept, in a world premiere.

Teased again by the Japan-based automaker, the Engelberg Tourer is an SUV study, with a gigantic grille at the front, roof-mounted lights and dynamic styling. It will be unveiled on March 5.

Already on sale in Thailand, since last November, the new generation L200 will premiere in Euro-spec during the car show. It brings improvements in comfort, a new design and improved all-terrain performance thanks to the four-wheel drive system. The one-ton pickup truck will be powered by a 2.2-liter turbodiesel engine in Europe, connected to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Also Read: 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Getting An L200-Style Facelift

Making its global debut in Geneva will be the refreshed ASX. The compact SUV has been facelifted for 2019 and will remain in the market as a Nissan Qashqai and Hyundai Tucson alternative for a few more years. In addition to the revised styling, it adds an improved infotainment system with a larger 8-inch touchscreen display.

In total, the company will have 8 different models sitting under the spotlight, including the i-MiEV, Mirage, Eclipse Cross, Outlander and Outlander PHEV.

Mitsubishi will also demonstrate the ‘Mitsubishi Connect’ infotainment system and will present the ‘Dendo Driver House’ system during the Swiss event. The technology is said to be able to lower electricity bills and fuel costs, and to provide an emergency power supply when needed.

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  • TheAmerican2point0

    Ummm… the headlights are in the wrong spot

    • charlotteharry57

      Monkey see, monkey do.

  • Dennis Scipio

    I think this concept might preview the next generation Outlander.

  • Bash

    I think this concept might preview the next generation Pajero.

    • Mike anonymous

      Preview” is a strong word.

      Goodness I hope Mitsubishi can start building the concept vehicles they’ve produced. The company clearly has the talent, but most everything from the company/brand seems to be mediocre at best (no offense), and I know the company is capable of so much more. So while this may “Preview” any one vehicle, I hope that it not “preview” in the same sense as it has been in the past. I’d love to see Mitsubishi live up to the talent and potential they have.

  • Onur Koray

    Funny how the dash in the L200 looks better than the one in the ASX.

  • Mike anonymous

    So I decided to do a bit of ‘light’work, and OH MY GOODNESS,.. this may be an actualPreview‘ of an upcoming vehicle (in the fashion of a Pre-Production “”concept“”). Apart from the mirrors, What I am seeing (if you take a look at the details) seems actually looks production ready (unlike their concepts of the past). If anything it seems to maybe be an evolution of the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV (SUV) Concept I mentioned in my other comment below.

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    Elements such as the thin headlamps are completely possible as exactly as they are shown, and everything seems to be just about ready for production apart from the mirrors themselves. This could certainly be a vehicle that could turn the company around if produced, developed, and marketed correctly and could most certainly sell VERY well. I would love to see a competitor to the Kia Telluride, or Ford Explorer, & other vehicles of that nature from this brand. It appears to be an evolution (towards a production version) of the GT-PHEV concept (Shown in my previous Comment & Also shown below)

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/74592bcfa7fd6c5b0d82b977cd3fd9ef585ef693007aa0ca257977f7894ef623.png

    A number of years back with the introduction of the GT-PHEV concept, Mitsubishi stated their desire to move their brand a bit more up-market with inspiration from what Kia has been doing in recent years, and this could very well be a preview to their first efforts of just that.

    I have not been able to say this about Mitsubishi in quite a while, but…. THIS I am actually excited to see.

    • MarketAndChurch

      Great work, and me too. I hope they go after the 4-runner with this vehicle. The Explorer and Grand Cherokee too. Going after Kia may require them to move away from their dogmatic approach of throwing that face onto every car they design.

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